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Ulrich Schnauss and the lead singer of Engineers, Mark Peters, will be releasing their follow-up to 2012's Underrated Silence later this year on October 25th. Samples below are sounding pretty great to my ears, and there's even some singing by Ulrich himself:
"Kraftwerk’s long-time percussionist is readying a new record of his own. Bartos was a member of Kraftwerk from 1975-1990, the period which saw the group release the bulk of their classic albums. He consistently played live with the group, and also racked up songwriting credits on the likes of Computer World and Man-Machine. In the years since handing in his Kling Klang key, he worked with Johnny Marr/Bernard Sumner’s Electronic project and set up his own Elektric Music ensemble. His last major release was 2003′s solo album Communication, a release that sounded a fair bit like, well, Kraftwer
"It could be said that TANK – Kreidler's critically acclaimed previous album – is a drum album. Not in the sense of the brute force of a Ginger Baker or a John Bonham, but more in terms of the elastic muscularity of a Budgie, a Robert Görl or a Klaus Dinger. So in the case of DEN – Kreidler's eleventh regular studio album – , if attempting yet another such broad categorization, one might draw attention to the album's viscous musicality. Indeed, for recording and mixing, Kreidler chose to work at LowSwing, a studio renowned for its round sonic character, with the magnificent Guy Sternberg at th